The Unfortunate Reality of Racial Self-Hatred

Two literary works aim to inform of the idea of racial self-hatred, a concept that defies the morals of diversity.
Life under a Japanese-ruled Korea, which the two works touch upon.
Japanese occupation of Korea during the early 20th century, a primary focus of Min Jin Lee’s ‘Pachinko’.
Korean citizens under Japanese rule.

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